Deontay Wilder fired his right hand of his body, demonstrating how he should have hit Tyson Fury.
He was frustrated with the referee. Disappointed on Floyd Mayweather Jr. Angry with the scorer of Showtime.
Especially, Wilder was crazy about himself.
Deontay Wilder (right) was still bothered by the way he fought in his raffle with Tyson Fury
Five days later, heavyweight champion WBC was still bothered by how to fight in his raffle with Fury on Saturday night in Los Angeles.
"Fury was everything I expected it to be. It's not what Fury has done, that's what I did not do," said Wilder on Thursday. "You saw Fury's best, you did not see the best of me.
"I wanted to end the program with a devastating knockout and I was very excited."
Wilder (40-0-1) watches the fight for the first time during a lunch that served to provide a full access to the fight that will take place on Saturday after Showtime broadcasts the replay.
He was still surprised that Fury got up from a powerful combination that sent him a shot on his back in the 12th round, but thought that Fury (27-0-1) benefited from a break from referee Jack Reiss.
"Look at him! Niiiiine," said Wilder, imitating what he felt was a dramatic account of Reiss to allow Fury to rise and finish the fight.
I was still surprised that Fury got up from a powerful combination that sent him a shot on his back
Even so, Wilder believed that the knockdown, the second of the fight, allowed him to win. He said he did not regret not trying to end Fury later, because he thought the victory was safe.
"If it were true, that knockdown, I feel like I put on top," said Wilder.
Only one of the judges agreed, one of those who scored the Fury combat and the other with 113-113. That was much closer than the Showtime scorer Steve Farhood, who gave only one of the first eight rounds to Wilder on his card that fanatics who watched the fight could see after each round.
"Someone has to explain to me why this is a round of Tyson Fury," promoter Lou DiBella said after seeing the end of one of the first rounds.
Fury is thought to have benefited from a break from referee Jack Reiss on Saturday's day
Mayweather was even harder for the champion, giving him any of the first five rounds when he was interviewed in the area between the rounds. Wilder said he was not related to Mayweather but implied that the ex-retired champion was insecure at any time, there was too much attention in another US fighter.
Wilder accepted that it was a tight and hard fight to score, but only because he allowed him to be. Leading a pay-per-view for the first time in perhaps the biggest night in years for heavy American boxing, Wilder wanted to deliver something spectacular and the time came.
"I have abandoned the complete game plan," said Wilder. "This was a mistake in my name. As I said, I just wanted to go in there and just put it in. I mean I wanted to end the show in a devastating way. That was the only thing that went through my mind. I could not clarify it for any reason. i could
"The atmosphere was so heavy and finally I had the attention I deserved and there was only one thing in my head, I had to throw it away. But that's what I do anyway. It was crazy. Every time I went back to the corner, he told me that he calmed me , but could not get out of the item.
Wilder believed that the knockdown, his second bout, allowed him to win the victory
He was excited watching the repetition when he saw moments that a direct relief caught Fury, who was still trying to kick low, but accelerated a higher shot he missed.
"See what … there. All I have to do was" pop "live!" Said Wilder. "He's here and I'm still knocking down while he's pausing here, doubling."
But mistakes can provide a learning experience for a rematch that Wilder insists is going to happen. He said he will try to gain a significant amount of weight, with a goal of 245 pounds after entering 209 on Saturday. He is open to fighting Fury anywhere, including Britain, although his preferences would be Las Vegas or Barclays Center in New York.
Wilder could not take Fury for the first time, but it seems to have caused him enough damage to soften the second.
"I do not think it will be the same, especially going to a revenge and achieve such a success," said Wilder. "I know my power and I know what I can do".